Maxine McKinney and Sherry and Brian Potter wish to announce the uniting of Christine Foster and Casey Potter. They made their promise to each other on Nov. 29, 2008, in Crescent City. In attendance were sons Nicoya Kenney and Kalex Sweetfire-Spoon. The marriage was performed by Jen Penenella.
Delta Kappa Gamma recently announced Jonathan Erbeck as its Student of the Month for December.
Jonathan is a seventh-grader at Crescent Elk and is a student assistant in Barbara Ruppert’s second grade class at Joe Hamilton School. He is very dependable and a hard worker. With his great attitude, the students love Jonathan. He also consistently uses good judgment and is kind and patient.
Delta Kappa Gamma (DKG) is the largest organized group of women educators in the world today. The local chapter, Zeta Iota, is dedicated to the service of youth. In that capacity, DKG honors and encourages students who show a potential in education. Jonathan was presented with a zip drive for his computer as a gift for his outstanding effort.
Manos Unidos, Inc., the Latino Business Association and the Crescent City Boys and Girls Club partnered to
Families pose for a group photo outside the Del Norte County Historical Society Museum. Submitted Photo
have a Hispanic Family Day tour of the Del Norte County Historical Society Museum.
The tour attracted over 100 participants who were then treated to lunch provided by Chetco Federal Credit Union. The crowd arrived 30 minutes early, with a steady stream of people coming through. The Crescent City Boys and Girls Club provided a large chocolate cake and candy for the piñata.
“This is the first time many of our Hispanic residents got the opportunity to visit the museum,” said Norm Peña, president of Manos Unidos, Inc.
Submitted by Misa Heximer
In appreciation of the many services provided to the Del Norte and surrounding communities by Community Assistance Network (CAN), assistant manager of the local Wal-Mart, David Kaestler, presented a “good works” donation of $2,000 to CAN’s executive director, Doug Morgan.
CAN directly serves between 18-19 percent of the Del Norte population each year with more than 20 programs, including food banking, child abuse prevention, and welfare-to-work job training.
|Students from Bess Maxwell School sing holiday tunes Friday at the Del Norte County Public Library.
The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
Rachel Mariya Sherwin and Douglas Bradley Armstrong were married Aug. 8, 2008, in the garden of the bride’s parents’ home in Crescent City.
Sherwin, daughter of Ray and Kathy Sherwin of Crescent City, is a graduate of Del Norte High School.
Armstrong, son of Don and Bev Armstrong of Chico, is a graduate of Chico High School.
The couple each have a teaching credential from Chico State University. Sherwin is an English teacher in Yuba City, and Armstrong is a math and science teacher in Chico.
Wedding attendants included maids of honor Diana Kinsey and Kelly Milton; bridesmaids Cicely Ames and Audrey Larson; flower girl Olivia Ratnour; best man Matt Hawthorne; groomsmen Jason Earriteau, Adrian Sherwin and Dale Olson; and ring bearer Gavin Olson. Don Armstrong performed the ceremony.
The reception was held at the Hampton Inn. After a honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico, the couple settled in Chico.
Heather Poole and Jason Dickinson were married Nov. 29, 2008.
Poole, daughter of Ron and Becky Poole of Crescent City, is currently going to school to earn a nursing degree. She works at Ocean World.
Dickinson, son of Richard Dickinson of Fort Dick, served in the U.S. Marines for four years before returning to Crescent City. He is employed as a property manager. The couple reside in Crescent City.
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